Monthly Archives: July 2004

The Choice

If only I had a million dollars, if only the situation was different, if only I was a great genius, If only I could… It seems that “if only” is becoming and ever-popular mantra. The premise of the “if only” lament is a faulty one, placing the entire onus on the cards we are dealt, […]

Say No to Terror

A South Korean civilian was beheaded by terrorists in Iraq last week. His life could have been saved. The terrorists made their conditions for his release clear in a videotaped statement: “We ask the government of South Korea and the people of Korea to pull their forces out of Iraq and not to send additional […]